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Russia advises US to worry about migrants in its border

Russia advises US to worry about migrants in its border

Moscow, Nov 17 (Prensa Latina) Spokeswoman at the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, on Wednesday suggested the United States to worry about the situation of its border with Mexico, instead of giving advice over the migration crisis of Belarus and the European Union.
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The official urged Washington to analyze, together with its partners from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and its coalition, the mistakes made and the criminal behavior applied through its foreign policy.

She pointed out that, instead of pressuring Moscow over the recent events with refugees on the Belarus-Poland border, US authorities should focus on solving their own problems.

In another moment of her speech, she said western countries are violating the Minsk agreements for a peaceful solution of the internal conflict in Ukraine when expressing willingness to provide soldiers and guns to Kiev.

She noted that paragraph 10 of the agreements calls for the withdrawal of all military formations, equipment and foreign forces from Ukraine, under the supervision of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.

She denounced that, with their position, Washington and NATO are fueling the militaristic aspirations of the Ukranian government and creating conditions to strengthen their presence in the Black Sea region.

She stressed that Moscow is calling on the West to refrain from escalating tensions, because this situation could provoke serious effects on this region’s security and stability.

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